Make a Room Reservation at Capri Motel, Scottsbluff

Capri Motel

Specialties: Weekly Rates, Rig Parking, Refrigerators & Microwaves In All Rooms, Pets Allowed, Fresh Brewed Coffee In Room, Free Wireless Internet, Fax, Commercial Rates, Close To Hospital

Amenities: Air Conditioning, Pets Allowed, Wifi Hotspot, Television

Wi-Fi Hotspot: Independent Provider

About Scottsbluff
With easy access to parks, museums, historic monuments and recreation areas, Scottsbluff is the ideal location for experiencing the history and beauty of Nebraska. No matter what your interests, Scottsbluff has something for you and your family.

The county and city take their name from our most recognizable and important local feature, the large bluffs along the North Platte River. Named for trapper Hiram Scott who died at their base in 1828, they border the route of the historic Oregon Trail and are now a National Monument. Here you can drive to the top of the bluffs on Summit Road, hike the North Overlook Trail and take in the view of the North Platte Valley or pedal your way past Sentinel Rock and Mitchell Pass on the bike path. The National Monument is also home to the Oregon Trail Museum and Visitor Center which features exhibits on Westward Expansion and the premier collection of paintings, sketches and photographs by William Henry Jackson.

You can check out the Riverside Zoo or delve even further into natural history at the Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. Monument Valley Pathways offer excellent hiking and biking between Scottsbluff, our twin city Gering and the Scottsbluff National Monument. Buffalo Creek Wildlife Management Area also has opportunities for hiking and bird watching. You can try horseback riding at Cedar Canyon Wildlife Management Areaor camping, fishing and water sports at Lake Minatare State Park.

The town of Scottsbluff itself was established in 1899 and offers many activities to complement your outdoor adventures. Enjoy a visit to the West Nebraska Arts Center or see a show at the historic Midwest Theater. Exciting local events include the Harvest Festival at the Farm and Ranch Museum held every September and the Scotts Bluff County Fair held in the beginning of August.